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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 34, Supplement 14, October 2000

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Modest Libertarianism
pp. 21-45(25)
Author: Clarke, Randolph

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TRansfer Principles and Moral Responsibility
pp. 47-55(9)
Authors: Stump, Eleonore; Fischer, John Martin

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Autonomy and Manipulated Freedom
pp. 81-103(23)
Author: Kapitan, Tomis

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Causality, Mind, and Free Will
pp. 105-117(13)
Author: O'Connor, Timothy

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Alternative Possibilities and Causal Histories
pp. 119-137(19)
Author: Pereboom, Derk

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Libertarian Compatibilism
pp. 139-166(28)
Author: Vihvelin, Kadri

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Free Will and Agency at its Best
pp. 203-229(27)
Author: Yaffe, Gideon

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Does Libertarian Freedom Require Alternate Possibilities?
pp. 231-248(18)
Author: Zagzebski, Linda

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Valuing and the Will
pp. 249-265(17)
Author: Bratman, Michael E.

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The Epistemic Requirements for Moral Responsibility
pp. 267-277(11)
Author: Ginet, Carl

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Responsibility in Cases of Multiple Personality Disorder
pp. 301-323(23)
Authors: Sinnott-Armstrong, Walter; Behnke, Stephen

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The Survival of the Sentient
pp. 325-348(24)
Author: Unger, Peter

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From Self Psychology to Moral Philosophy
pp. 349-377(29)
Author: Velleman, J. David

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